Gweru was arrested on Wednesday 26 September 2018 by ZRP officers and
charged with disorderly conduct as defined in section 41 of the
Criminal Law (Codification and Reform) Act Chapter 9:23.
Prosecutors claimed that Gweru unlawfully and intentionally engaged
in a disordelrly conduct by taking pictures and shouted at a ZRP
officer identified as Victor Mawodzwa while protesting against the
misconduct exhibited by ZRP officers at an accident scene involving a
commuter omnibus, with the intention of provoking a breach of peace.
Harare Magistrate Edwin Marecha, who granted Gweru $30 bail and
remanded him out of custody to 25 October 2018, ordered him to
continue residing at his given residential address and not to
interfere with witnesses.